What is the most important piece of estate planning?

by R. Dennison Keller, Lawyer Referral Service Panelist

The most important piece of your estate planning at death is certainly a will or trust.  However, prior to that, the most important document is the Financial Power of Attorney.  Having someone you can trust handle your affairs for you while you are living, but disabled, is absolutely critical.

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